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We are proud to be accredited by the ACA. Find out what that means for you, click here.

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Birmingham Magazine 2012/2013 Parent's Choice Awards: Best Overnight Camp. Click here to read!

Open House dates: Come tour camp!

Sunday, April 2nd

Sunday, May 7th

Photo Tour: Take a scenic tour around camp.

FAQ: Some of the most frequent questions about summer camp.

Forms: Need the camper check out form or supplemental food form?

Our Heritage

 Interesting infomation for alumni, parents and campers. Discover Winnataska's 96 year history, and learn how to volunteer. Click here.

Welcome Alumni, Parents, and Campers!


The one word that best describes Camp Winnataska is family.  If you have been a camper or have helped out camp in any way, then you are part of the Camp Winnataska Family. 

What makes Winnataska special are the tens of thousands of campers and leaders who have walked through the camp gates and shaped camp to be what it is today. Camp thrives because of its alumni who continue to volunteer for camp, send their children to camp, and follow the gleam!

We hope that you will find information here you need to connect with other alumni and camp events.

Alumni events:

Click here for information about workdays, and upcoming events at camp.

Friends of Winnataska:

Friends of Winnataska is the 501c3 foundation that supports Camp Winnataska financially.  Please read here how your donations can help camp.


If you'd like to volunteer your time to help Camp Winnataska, please fill out this volunteer form.

Picture Archive:

We are working to create an online database of camp photos.  Please contact us at if you have photos that you can add to the archive. Click here to go to our online album.

How How How:

Camp's semi-annual newsletter is sent to parents and alumni.  We are building our email database to save money and paper. Please click here to read past versions and to sign up to receive the How How How.


Click here to learn more about Holy Grail, camp songs, and places around camp.


     Read a brief history of Camp Winnataska.